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Jan 14, 2013 7:00pm EST
. are we getting closer to a national assault weapons ban? let's talk with don clark, he's a former fbi special agent in charge of the new york and houston divisions. and we welcome back kate obenshain and robert costa. mr. clark, what do you think about this? banning the assault weapons, putting limitations on the bullet magazines and better background information? >> i think we have to have better background information, larry. we have got to find out who we're selling guns and have a record so that we know who has guns, who will have guns in their hands. and that's a process that's supposed to have been in, but that's got to continue right now. in terms of assault weapons and so forth, as far as i'm concerned those are combat weapons to be used. i don't know what social involvement there should be with the -- with that type of weapon like that. so i'm certainly one that says let's move these things aside and use them in the appropriate behavior. hopefully we won't have any more wars but that's where they should go. >> kate obenshain one of the quotes, was this crazy kid had more fire
Jan 22, 2013 11:00am PST
to clint van zant. if you're still standing by. >> yes. >> i will have don clark in a second but i want to talk about securing the perimeter here again. if they are in fact searching for another suspect. >> well, and as pete points out, fbi and atf, there will be many, many other law enforcement agencies coming. the fbi will supply s.w.a.t. teams as will atf. they'll also help with the crime scene investigation to gather evidence. but right now, the two critical issues they have is caring for the wounded, the injured as well as identifying the shooter or shooters and making sure they're either in custody or law enforcement knows they're off the campus. again, as we were talking, tamron, in 2011, there were almost 1,500 firearms-related violations on college campuses of america. this is not a rarity. >> let's bring in don clark, a former member of the fbi and familiar with this particular campus. don, thank you for your time. tell me what you know about this campus. >> i don't know a lot about the camp campus. i know where the area is and i know it's a very nice, very, you know, lots of
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Jan 22, 2013 10:00am PST
to bring in now, don clark, former houston fbi, a member-- a former member of the houston fbi, don, you're a wonderful resource here at fox 26. have you been hearing any additional reports of what's going on here at lonestar college or can you add any information to this? >> well, i have not, and recently, but looking at this and what little bit that i've heard so far, it sound like that it can be something that gang related, somebody that's challenging someone else, that's causing this type of activity. >> don, i also want to ask, i mean, in situations like this, we've got parents that are watching possibly right now on their lunch break, horrified it attendance lonestar college or their child attendance nimitz high school or middle school or one of the schools in the area. what do you recommend or tell them? >> well, first of all shall i think it's pretty difficult to tell the parents don't do anything and stay where you are, as the case may be. >> right. >> having said that, i think the parents have to realize that they need to try to get in touch, contact with some entity at the sch
Jan 8, 2013 1:00am EST
an opportunity given toe by a couple of old friends who had been in the cable television business, don clark, dave smith and bill collins, and we were always going to do something together, and i would always say, well, ok, i'm interested and then go do something in government or some other project. i left the veterans administration in 1982 and they came to me and said we think there's a new technology out there that's really going to develop into something, and i didn't know anything about it, most people didn't. so i was looking a different options, so i started reading everything i could about this wireless thing called cellular. this is 1982 and at & t was being die vested which unlocked all these great new technologies. so i went up to new york and visited with a couple of friends of mine that were worki for big investment banking houses who are telecommunicates specialists. i read. i was convinced that this thing may be something pretty important and corks in fact, revolutionize telecommunications which it did. it's still doing. so, i went back to bill and don and dave and i said, wel
Jan 8, 2013 5:00am PST
us back to the '60s. >> well some of us. >> i don't remember. >> very sharp today mr. clark. that is very stylist. mr. blackwell would approve. 30s and 40s but ones we get through the fog sunnyside up and warmer and 50s and 60s on the high, here is sal. >>> well, if you are going to san francisco and if you are using any of the bridges, it looks good. also on westbound bridge, coming down to the golden gate bridge, that traffic is nice, let's go back to the desk. >>> we are starting with new details on the san francisco bay, this morning the coast guard will be meeting with the oil tanker which sideswiped the bay bridge. he has this new information about the bar pilot and about that accident, good morning. >>> they have learned the bar pilot in yesterday's collision did pass but the results of a drug test are expected to be back later on today. i want to show you it is a 750- foot oil tanker, it sideswiped one of the bay bridge toll plazas and as this investigation unfolds, they gathered evidence on board. a spokesperson gathered to say they will interview them and he's larg
Dec 31, 2012 10:00pm EST
that bad. >> i just want to say we don't have dick clark unfortunately this new year's eve, but you had to see the glasses. >> it makes the night. >> the glasses are probably as synonymous with new year's eve as dick clark. >> and your forecast. >> whatever, sure. everybody is patiently waiting. >> they are. >> you're staying up late to see my forecast, the last one of 2012. well, here you go. the wait is over because we can get right to this. if you're at home watching tonight and you've been out this evening, it's been kind of cool, but i wouldn't call it exactly cold. temperature right now is holding in the city 40 degrees. we have clouds on top of us now. we're going to have clouds on top of us overnight tonight and it looks like, sorry, we'll have clouds on top of us all day for the first day of 2013. sunshine will be back on wednesday, though. it looks like once the sun comes back wednesday, the sun probably stays with us through the weekend. long range it looks like the game for fedex sunday with the seahawks is going to be nice and dry. at least that's the way it looks now, but
Jan 20, 2013 8:30am PST
through the door this morning and be recognized? >> none of them. >> i think a lot of the current fans don't even harken back to montana and clark & company. so, they are the new 9er fans but there are us old 49er fan that is can talk you back to key czar stadium and the christopher milk seats. >> the game. the falcon game, what do you see? >> i think will it be a great game. the 9ers are a favorite away. the fast track -- they have a horrible problem with running quarterbacks and caber nick showed he is the best -- kaepernick showed he is the the best quarterback to ever play. >> i am worried. there are three receivers in atlanta equal to any receivers you have seen anyone. their numbers are so superior to san francisco numbers. they have two running backs that are really first class. they are not as good as four, but there are two of them that make up for that. and finally i think that defense is ultimately as good as our defense. i am actually going to light a candle and say a prayer because i want them to win. >> i never disagree with the mayor, and i know somebody has to advocate
Jan 20, 2013 7:30am PST
fans, they don't even harken back to montana and clark and company. they're the new niner fans, but still all of the old 49er fans that can talk tall way back. >> let's bring it up to date a little bit, the game, the falcon game, what do you see? >> i think it's going to be a great game. the niners are a favorite away. fast track. they have a horrible problem with running quarterbacks. and showed last week, he's the best running quarterback that ever played in one game. >> i am very, very worried. i worry. there are three receivers in atlanta are that just equal to any receivers you have seen any place. their numbers look so superior to san francisco numbers. they've got two running backs that are really first class. they are not as good, but there's two of them and they make up for that. and finally, finally, i think that their defense is ultimately as good as our defense. i'm actually going to light a candle and say a prayer because i want to win. >> i never disagree with the mayor and i know somebody has to advocate that the falcons are
Jan 17, 2013 12:35am PST
years. >> jimmy: you look like an old school movie star there. like a -- >> i don't know about that. >> jimmy: -- clark gable type of gent. but you took it off, and how'd you take it off? with just, like, a strip of scotch tape or something? [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> ha! you crack yourself up. >> jimmy: i really do. hey, i'm the only one laughing sometimes. but you took it off. -- for us. you did that as a special favor and took it off. >> yes. >> jimmy: but you look fantastic. thank you for coming back here. hey, when are you gonna sing in a movie? can i just ask you this? 'cause this makes me angry. >> why? >> jimmy: 'cause i see you, and i love you, and you came on our show -- this was a long time when you came on, and i made you sing something. >> yes. >> jimmy: and you have a great voice. >> thank you. >> jimmy: and then, you hosted "saturday night live" -- >> that was fun, yeah. >> jimmy: and boy, oh, boy, you hit it out of park in the monologue. you sang and played piano. [ cheers and applause ] it was unbelievable. so, i'm watching -- [ french accent ] "les miserables." [
Jan 1, 2013 5:00pm PST
don't you run with him? you don't want to come with us? hey, don't overdo! will you stop it? how you doing? couldn't be better. could i run with you? sure. i'd love it. my name's clark. oh, i'm mark. mark and clark, a team. you ready? oh, yeah, sure. come on. you set the pace. this is a pretty good pace here. i like it brisk. how old are you? 74. 74? how long will you run today? just an hour today. i've got aerobics at 6:00. hey, harry. how you doing? granddad's doing great. i'm walking, anyway. good for you. you surprised me yesterday. you weren't puffing after that workout. you been running long? not as long as the guy with my friend. he's 74 years old. he'll run mark into the ground. 74? uh-huh. he's working on his pluses. well, i got to run. see you later. that jonathan's a nice guy. granddad? huh? i said that jonathan's a nice guy. oh, yeah. you know, that old fool's older than me. yep. want to keep going? damn right i do. huh. he's gone. where did he go? i tell you, you wouldn't have believed him. he hasn't walked like that in years. he was starving. annie, did you hear that? m
Jan 1, 2013 7:00am EST
. >> don't you miss dick clark? >> i've gotten used to ryan seacrest. ryan took over the rains. i think he does a good job. >> he's very professional. >> but dick clark is new year's. >> happy new year to you and as you are getting up and out and up and ready for your day, cloudy skies. showers in stafford, virginia. couple light sprinkles to our south and east. not going to be a rainy day for most of us. across southern maryland and down towards richmond, pretty persistent showers. colonial beach maybe a persistent shower. high temperatures in the low 40s today. if you like yesterday and last night, you'll love today. temperatures reagan national 39 degrees. 33 at dulles. highs expected to top out only in the low 40s. a cold front moving through and bring us chilly air for the middle and end of the week. more sunshine starting tomorrow. lots of clouds today. you could see a shower south of the city. might be a sprinkle or a few flurries later this afternoon with highs in the low 40s. the general theme for 2013, clouds. >> all right. now that you put it like that, okay. >> it's not a bad t
Jan 6, 2013 4:00am PST
i don't even want to think what would have happened. >> reporter: clark displaced had no way to care for midnight and her kitten carrie then she found this place. >> basically saved my family. >> reporter: a temporary boarding facility for four-legged victims of sandy. the aspca reacted quickly starting up the shelter helping nearly 16,000 animals in sandy affected areas. yesterday there were 19 happy reunions but there are still 130 displaced pets at this emergency shelter waiting to be claimed. >> some point it's not the best environment for a pet to be in an emergency facility. >> reporter: as time ticks on, these cute animals can't remain in these cages. >> the ultimate goal to get them back home with their families but if that's not possible then it's to get them into a foster where they can at least start filling that sense of normalcy and being with family members. >> reporter: robin parkinson was living in far rockaway in queens, new york, whether everything she owned also got washed away and hopes to bring her two dogs home in the next few weeks. >> when i'm able to bring my
Jan 2, 2013 2:30pm PST
], [speaker not understood], christopher clark, nicky bloom, and james [speaker not understood]. >>> good afternoon, my name is don. i work for the equipment rentals. we work with another planet. we're in full support of. this all i can say is wow. i think the numbers are phenomenal to keep things going on here in san francisco, keeping the culture and the history. thank you. >>> good afternoon, my name is andrew johnson. i own the little chihuahua restaurant here in san francisco. it's been an all around excellent experience, not only for myself, for my employees, for my business. one thing that's great about the event is how much they have respect for the environment and recycling and the area that's around. we're also in contact with other local vendors, businesses and in turn i'm now using other vendors that i've met through the event to purchase merchandise for my restaurant, et cetera. not only am i getting business, i'm now extending more business into the community also from the money that is coming and the people we're meeting. all around just a great event and full support. than
Jan 27, 2013 9:30am EST
don't hear a lotot about them.m. irfax is doing preretty well. >> fairfax is doing fine e with that tax b base. montgomery county, clark enterprises. it has real estatate construction lots s of different ars wherere they make money basedn beththesda. no. 3 on t list, a lot o of people know w its dine corp. internationall bid --- dyncorp international. they are based in falls church. >> what is ieresting about public companies that the brand we buy on the shelves -- there are a lot of tentacles to a lot of these companies did what makes them large i is not always what is known about thehem. >>e will have the honor to talk about nonprofits and changes in the executive ring. that's g get t to the list t that everyone wants. the highest-paid. tell us about what kind of revee hes seeing these days. >> honey boo boo is treating people well. >> t tlc discovery. >> the ceo of discovery communications, which is only public a few years ago -- davidid brought home a cool $52 million last year. >> they started with aa controversial reality s show about muims but ended with "honey boo
Jan 20, 2013 8:00am PST
always worked late so i was there at night. he would come occasionally to visit his frienders frank clark and i would almost always be there and the single day was when frank walked in with dr. king and he said you nomar tin, don't new i said no, i don't nomar tin. of course there were many occasions where i covered him on actual events. >> >> and you said you were on the phone with bill, your husband, right? >> yes. >> you said bill, you will never guess who is here! >> yes. [ laughing ] >> martin luther king talked about a dream. >> he did. >> you have never in my wildest dream in the book. and there are people now who have dream to do things. maybe their dreams have been dashed by the economy, by bad luck, you are too old, too fat, too this, to that, whatever it is. what do you say to somebody who has a dream now. >> they are lucky, because if you have a dream -- this was my little motto that i wrote for myself. don't be afraid of the space between the dream and your reality. because if you can dream it that mean us visualize it and it is genuineness. you can occasionally find
Jan 17, 2013 5:00pm EST
really remember it from the clark eden vicarage. i would be about 9 years old then. i don't know where it came from only that it was actually a gift from somebody to my father. and it remained in the hallway in the vicarage as a centerpiece. my father absolutely adored it, and when he retired he moved into a dormer bungalow, and he even had it put on the staircase in the dormer bungalow going up the stairs so that he could see it every day. so, he loved the picture. absolutely adored the picture. did he do any, um, research on the painting at all? i don't think he did. i've done more of the research. i've tried to find things out, and i come to a dead end every time. well, i can help you there. oh, wonderful. oh, yes. the picture is a copy, after a dutch artist who was working in rome in 1620-- an artist called gerard von honthorst. oh. and it is the nativity. this is a 19th-century copy of that picture. the real giveaway with this painting is the 19th-century florentine frame. right. we call them sort of palazzo pitti frames. they hand-carved florentine fr
Jan 20, 2013 9:00am EST
excuse to throw a party. >> have the family over. >> we have katie clark from lemon and lime event design. we have some of the cheer leaders. all of the more festive. you don't have your ravens cheer leaders at your house. >> no. >> you have great ideas. of course it's all purple. >> a lot of people may be having friends and family over today. don't have a lot planned yet. only have a couple hours to turn their home into a purple haven. we worked with the designer out of maryland. she put together some things that people can put off right at home. print it off on your home computer and cut it out and use as little decors. little flags. there's a ravens pennant you could printout and table tents to mark the food and tell guests what each dish is things like that. >> last minute artistic design. >> a little tricky. >> print it and cut it and they are available to download. >> you have a purple drink three olives with purple vodka. purple gatorade. we non-alcoholic drinkers and the kids we have berry drink boxes. you can get fun straws and get some football stakeholdickers tt on there. throw
Jan 25, 2013 6:00am EST
of kimberly-clark will be talking to us first on cnbc about their latest results. this is america. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. >>> gaining momentum. stocks eyeing another bull run and we are seeing what's working for your bottom line. stay ahead with the smartest minds in business. >> feeling the flow. working it. working it. >> and get the tools before the day's first trade. what you need to know that could boost your portfolio. plus procter & gamble and kimberly clark rarting this hour as the second hour of "squawk box" begins right now. pretty good, huh? procter & gamble out $1.22 is the core. the number that was first given was $1.39 but we're going to look at core to compare to the estimate of $1.11. so $1.22 versus $1.11. that is a 12% core earnings per share growth rate. they might yes, for the core, and the revenue num
Jan 22, 2013 5:30pm PST
the damage is is part of the problem today. we don't have a good method of telling who is really at risk for long-term symptoms and who isn't at risk. >> reporter: wayne clark is now a grandfather. he says there will always be risk in football but hopes this research can help make safer the sport he loves so much. >> it will never be completely risk-free. but we can improve and that's my hope. >> reporter: this is the same protein that's found in alzheimer's patients and some patients with dementia. the hope is that the research at ucla won't just be focusing on football players in the future but will have applications to the estimated 1.7 million people the cdc says have traumatic brain injuries every year. and in a note today from the nfl to nbc news, brian, the nfl says, this is promising work that we will evaluate. a step in the right direction. >> promising indeed. nancy, thank you, as always. >>> when we come back, a battlefield interview with prince harry. he talks about military life and an episode from his civilian life he'd like to have back. there's this island -- and it's got
Jan 10, 2013 4:00am PST
to go. lakers within three. bryant shoots. no good. earl clark's try. would it be? huh-uh. he misses. lakers lose, spurs win, 108-105. >>> that will do it for your "sportscenter" update. don't forget, for the latest from around the sporting world, tune into "the highlight express," weeknights and weekends at 11:00 eastern. >>> it's show time at the san diego zoo today. it is 5-month-old panda cub meets the public for the first time, just hours from now, in fact. but reporters got this sneak peek at xiao liwu yesterday. >> he was back born in july. and after 20 medical checkups, zookeepers say he's ready for his close-up. he is the sixth panda cub born to his mother at the san diego zoo since 1999. >> cute, little guy. >> yes. >>> up next this morning, "the pulse." and taking the plunge. taylor swift gives the people's choice awards quite an eyeful. >>> it's a lion. it's a labrador. it's a labra-lion. and it has people calling 911. t, discover nectresse. the only 100% natural, no-calorie sweetener made from the goodness of fruit. the rich, sweet taste of sugar. nothing artificial. ♪
Jan 17, 2013 5:00am PST
. >>> well, good morning, welcome to a brand-new day, thursday january 17th, i am dave clark. >> and i am pam cook, steve said it was going to be a little warmer and it felt warmer not warm but warmer. >> i am concerned because i don't think my computer is loaded. we do have some 20s, 30s and 40s and now patchy fog is forming and more on temperatures by the coast, here is sal. >>> things look good as you drive to the tunnel and on the other land side and also 237 heading west is also good as well. here is more at the desk. >>> the norovirus is making its way back and last friday, dozens of students in lafayette became sick. health officials believe the highly contagious norovirus is to blame. according to the contra costa times the norovirus is one of the worst in the county. washing hands can help prevent you from getting sick. some say it is not too late to get a flu shot. they say it could be one of the worst flu seasons in years. doctors are still encouraging everybody to get vaccinated but it becomes up to -- it takes up to two weeks to become affective. >>> it happened just a couple of
Jan 30, 2013 12:00am PST
sheriff david clarke and milwaukee mayor tom barrett. if you want to join the conversation tweet me @piersmorgan. i get frustrated with this because i don't think it's the job of the sheriff to be going on -- producing advertisements urging -- >> let me make a quick -- >> no, to effectively ignoring a first response call to the police. what is your reaction to what the sheriff was just saying? >> let me make a couple of quick points. the sheriff talked about furloughs. the police chief has ensured us there will be no reduction in coverage as a result of furloughs. we have three furlough day so we can make a pension payment of $29 million to our police and have no layoffs. second the sheriff said that he can respond to all calls in milwaukee county. he didn't say that he does respond to all calls. the 911 call that come from residences in the city of milwaukee are responded to by the milwaukee police department. but let me tell you what's really going on here. what he doesn't want to do is talk about the issues that are before the american people right now. you've had a long segment
Jan 27, 2013 3:00pm EST
, the middle clarks as we have known it, since 1950, ceases to exist. so that's part two of the book. i've got programs that don't work, programs that do work, and then the intellectual challenge, which really took the longest period to get my head around, was, okay, if you know that these programs don't work and you've got a good fix on why, and you know these programs do work and you have a good fix on why, are you capable of developing a social program or a blueprint for a program that would work? and that turned out to be quite tricky. you would like to have -- help children. you would like to deal with social disadvantage of children, and the road block is simply not in the political wards, whether you're on the left of center, right of center, or right on the center. our government is not about to help children by directing significant social resources to their parents. so, one of the reasons most of our social programs fail is we give so little to the parents and it really doesn't overcome much in the way of social disadvantage. so that stopped me cold. so i said, how do you help childr
Jan 23, 2013 5:00am PST
it takes to keep flying your airline. ♪ if you don't, then stop playing the airline game by their rules. come on over to southwest, the one airline that changed the game for the whole industry. ♪ . >>> welcome back, i am brian flores, dave clark has the morning off. >> it is almost 5:30, steve paulson is here, i think everybody can relate to how you sound. you look good steve. >> that's all that matters, that is why i love her dearly. thank you for that. temperatures are on the lows but mainly a lot of cloud cover, upper 50s and lower 60s, here is sal. >>> 880 traffic is moving well if you are driving through through the oakland area and it is a very nice looking drive and no problems over to 24. also 880 westbound looks good headed to the mcarthur maze, let's go back to the desk. >> earlier they approved a controversial contract to hire experts outside of the police department. it included many speakers and a heated debate. police removed one man who refused to stop speaking after several warnings from the council. oakland will spend more than 750,000 dollars which includes the polic
Jan 29, 2013 2:35am EST
: is that a coincidence? it's hard to tell. >> reporter: contestants including cory clark, disqualified after a battery arrest. and jared andrews september packing over an assault charge. ♪ and i don't need >> reporter: producers booted the twins after identify theft charges surfaced. and season nine, he was discalled over questions whether he was involved in a boy band. >> i don't recall a time when i felt discriminated. >> reporter: she said the one thing "american idol" isn't is racist. three of the show's past winners are black. other contestants say singers are required to disclose arrests. season four's solomon says, i was clearly informed of all grounds for disqualifications stated in our contract. "idol" has changed my life for the better. >> i didn't feel like there was any special attention given to someone because of race. so i really can't see where this is coming from. >> reporter: but where it may be headed? to a courtroom. the group reportedly plans to sue. cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> good luck with that lawsuit. >> what do you think, counselor, any merit? >> i don't think
Jan 3, 2013 6:00pm PST
want to overhaul the entire engine. i still don't know what i'm supposed to do. i don't even know what my assignment is! you've got to go downtown, george. it's all downtown. just like the song says. the song downtown? you mean the petula clark song? there's your answer. 13,000! 14,000. 15,000! i left the clubs in the car. where's your car? he's bringing it. [[tires squealing] and it feels like your lifeate revolves around your symptoms, ask your gastroenterologist about humira adalimumab. humira has been proven to work for adults who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. in clinical studies, the majority of patients on humira saw significant symptom relief, and many achieved remission. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer, have happened. blood, liver and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure have occurred. before starting humira, your doctor should
Jan 18, 2013 2:00pm EST
are expected to sell for millions of dollars. there is this 1955 mercedes. used to be owned by clark gable. should sell for $2 million. now james khan drove up to the toll booth in this car and saw his end. we don't have an estimate but it is sure to be very popular. of can course not all celebrities cars do well. one of the general lees, the cars in the dukes of hazard, failed to sell yesterday because it didn't meet estimate. problem there, there are a lot of general lees. one car that is rare, the original batmobile. this car used in the tv series with adam west. can you see it here in action. there were ripl replicas made bt this is the original. it could fetch up to $5 million. which batmobile is your favorite. that's coming up later on closing bell. >> wow, the real batmobile. >> that looks cool. see you at the inauguration monday. "street signs" begins right now. >> welcome to "street signs." the word of the day may have to be asia. china's economy descending and even the rising sun is rising again and the guy that called the housing crash, can kyle bash, exclusively here with his b
Jan 30, 2013 6:00pm EST
at this moment. we've gotten reports of flash flooding, also into pords of -- clark burg, just to the west, so you're going to continue to see very heavy rain here. watch out for the heavy downpours, watch out for that area of standing water. turn around, don't drown. give yourself a lot of extra time. now, down to the south. i mentioned the severe storms. look at this line of thunderstorms. this severe thunderstorm warning in effect under 6:45 tonight. i would not be surprised to see it moved toward culpepper. look at the timing here. lock locust dale. and you want to make sure you're inside if you live in culpepper county, you will most likely see these winds gusting up to potential 60 miles an hour. the wider view, this is the area we're really watching. this storm system will continue to traverse. that's why i fully expect it to issue a thunderstorm watch. they did say there was an 80% chance he would issue that watch. how about the wider picture here? you have the spring-like weather, dulles today broke a record. 72 degrees. tomorrow we'll be about 40 degrees colder as the cold air from t
Jan 1, 2013 2:45am EST
that crystal triangle with dick clark's name on the ball. >> 40 years i've been coming here. so this year, people were saying what are you going to do? i said, i don't know what else to do but to come to times square. any way, like he said, this is the place to be on new year's eve. >> reporter: the place to be, the place where an american legend will be remembered. >> happy new year. great job. >> thank you. >> reporter: david muir, abc news, new york. >> very touching tribute. i think for his wife, just to go down to times square, that's what they did every new year's. probably gave her a sense of peace and closeness. >> no doubt. >>> about two hours south of times square, philadelphia was celebrating the new year. fireworks lit up the delaware river twice. many expressed hope for a better year. one where the eagles make the nfl playoffs and the flyers will play hockey again. later today, it's the annual mummers parade. all righty. what are the mummers? >> i don't know. >> anybody know what the mummers are? our producer is trying to explain the mummers parade, but i'm lost. >>> let's ta
Jan 4, 2013 5:00am PST
's favorite day of the week, friday. it is january the 4th. i'm dave clark. >> i'm pam cook. thank you for joining us. weather cold out there. still no real rain in the forecast, right. >> you've had a tough week, pam. why don't you take the next two days off. >> i like to work two, take two. >> well it's not as cold. it's still cold out there, but temperatures have been coming up. we will have mostly sunny, partly sunny day today but the intention for the weekend, we'll get to that in a few minutes. >>> traffic is doing well so far although it is getting crowded many parts of antioch. slow traffic on highway 4. here in bay point looks good. the morning commute moving along well in oakland. 5, let's go back to the desk. >>> happening right now, a lot of cleaning up needs to be done after a hit-and-run crash in san francisco just hours ago. ktvu's claudine wong is there in san francisco with the latest on where a driver crashed into a caltran parking lot so what happened. >> reporter: the search is on the for the driver. father-in-law started as a traffic -- apparently it started as a t
Jan 28, 2013 7:00am EST
-american. is that a coincidence? it's kind of hard to tell. >> reporter: contestants, including, finalist corey clark, disqualified from season two after a battery arrest. and jared andrews, sent packing over an assault charge. ♪ and i don't need >> reporter: producers also booted these twins, after identity theft charges surfaced. >> i really cannot recall anytime on the show where i felt discriminated against. >> reporter: season six finalist, melinda doolittle, said one thing "american idol" isn't, is racist. three of the show's past winners are black. other contestants say singers on "idol" are required to disclose arrests. vonzell solomon tells abc news, i was clearly informed of all grounds for disqualifications in our contracts. "idol" has changed my life for the bert. >> i didn't feel like there was special attention given to someone because of race. i cannot see where this is coming from. >> reporter: where it may be headed? to a courtroom. the group reportedly plans to sue. for "good morning america," see celia vega, abc news, los angeles. >>> and coming up, we have the story of a woman w
Jan 8, 2013 8:00pm EST
if you don't like flowers, they'll finally grow on you. i think mr. clark has asked for recognition. >> thank you, mr. chairman. i appreciate the opportunity. i briefly wanted to ask everyone for their comment on how nasa, long-term, strategically, can work more effectively with the private industry. it's an -- it's an open-ended question, i'll focus on two specific areas, one with technology transfer, the transfer of nasa's research to private industry or maybe other federal agencies could play a larger role in our strategic vision for nasa. general, you can also address that if you wish. the other issue is how we can best restructure nasa in a way that would likely need congressional authorization. these were issues raised by chairman walker in his illustration of the sponsorship of one of our missions, although i prefer the wolverine rover would be more appropriate than the go daddy rover. but congressional authorization needed to restructure, to promote the restructuring of nasa that could lead to more effective private partnerships and how do we strengthen the role of technolog
Jan 2, 2013 3:00am PST
was flipping it back and forth on tv. watch they did a two-hour tribute to dick clark before the countdown. >> bill: i'm sure that got big numbers. and the embarrassment between anderson cooper -- >> i don't know why they do that. >> bill: if anderson had any self respect, he would say let her carry the show. did you have a good holiday? >> yes, very nice. kids made out like bandits and i ended up with debt as a parent. [ laughter ] >> bill: it's just amazing how fast santa claus gets around. i hope he found his way to bethesda as well? >> he did. he made it to the eastern store, definitely. >> bill: all right. you can give us a call at 866-55-press. look forward to take your calls. i know you have got to want to talk -- you have been like me probably pent up with frustration, and embarrassment and anger at the united states congress dealing with this fiscal cliff. so we'll talk about that. give us a call at 866-55-press. follow us on twitter and phase book and the old chat room is up and running again this morning at current tv go to and click on the chat roo
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Jan 12, 2013 3:00am PST
this was a normal occasion. walks into a bar. bartender says why the long face? >> i don't know. >> that joke always makes me laugh? >> that was construction group. clark construction group. the office engineer candidate. >> you are on a job interview and the interviewer says what songs best describe your work ethic? >> that's easy gang num style. >> that was asked at del consumer sales. >> here is interesting one of the year. what kitchen utensil would you be assuming you were a enkitchen utensil. that was asked at >> i like the word spatula. >> not wine opener? >> that's more appropriate, yes. >> potato he pealer. >> corkscrew. >> i like another question on here. what do you think about when you are alone in the car? >> that's so deep. that's like out of a novel or something. that's like. >> observation existential. >> what is the answer? >> pizza am i there yet? >> i don't know. you just wonder. >> let me tell you something you don't work with mike often. any window into mike's mind gets a little dark and dangerous after two answers. >> another weird one was what is your favorite s
Jan 15, 2013 1:00pm PST
to the state-of-the-art clark county shooting range opening this week. we got a sneak peak. and gun cards and gun owners, and anything goes. sports don't think the new gun laws will have much effect on them but retailers and manufacturers of guns and watch and wait and worried. >> and that's really where we are seeing the concern here. and the manufacturers of the ar-15s say that they have a two-year wait and ammunition is selling out before it gets to the store. back to you guys. >> miguel marquez erk thanks for that. >>> new details about why lance armstrong hid the doping for so long. the psychology is next. stop! stop! stop! come back here! humans -- we are beautifully imperfect creatures living in an imperfect world. that's why liberty mutual insurance has your back with great ideas like our optional better car replacement. if your car is totaled, we give you the money to buy one a model year newer. call... and ask one of our insurance experts about it today. hello?! we believe our customers do their best out there in the world, and we do everything we can to be there for them when t
Jan 2, 2013 10:00am EST
." please welcome dick clark and his predictions. [applause] . >> thank you, good afternoon. when i was in the intelligence business, i told presidents and secretaries of state that i don't make predictions. they didn't like that. nor did they like my prediction. predictions are difficult. i can say a few things about cybersecurity and cyberwar in the next year. we can say with high confidence that hundreds of millions, billions in fact of dollars will be stolen next year by cybercriminals who will not get caught. cybercrime pays. we can also say with high confidence that cyberespionage, the theft of intellectual property, research and development, even transactional information, will result in the loss to companies, again, of billions of dollars. as nation states, thrick china, steel information from american and european companies, and give it to chinese companies. in short, we pay for the r&d, and they get it for free. hard to compete without going on, but that will go on next year as it's been going on. what about cyberwar? secretary of defense leon panetta said in this city las
Jan 13, 2013 5:00am PST
how drones work. you don't have to be in the field. they're on a computer and you're just killing people from the comfort of your -- a mile from your house. and these people got convicted and ramsey clark, if former u.s. attorney general, was speaking out on their behalf. we have to give voice to, not only the victims, because this doesn't increase our national security. the fact that most people in pakistan see the u.s. as the enemy, it not what most people in the united states understand. they're not supposed to be an enemy. because of the number of drone attacks and a half been going on there, i hope that this john brennan nomination will open up a full discussion about torture and drone wars and what the u.s. is doing. that's what would be productive. >> what is that not going to happen, eli? >> the policy of untiling terrorists widely popular and not just popular from a kind of -- >> it's not terrorists we're talking about the vast majority of the people who were killed are innocent civilians. >> whatever you want to say about the drone program, and i would agree that in all
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